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The union noted that employees would be driving in or coming in by bus from as far away as Dimona, Yeruham and Beer Sheva to attend.
MK Yoni Chetboun (Bayit Yehudi) stressed on Wednesday the importance of helping the weaker sectors of Israeli society. Speaking during a panel discussion of the Jewish Federations of North America, which was held at the Knesset, Chetboun said, "
Arutz 7 spoke with the person behind the excavation that led to the discovery of Horvat Caiaphas, this small stone religious artifact, Prof...Garfinkel, of the Hebrew University Institute of Archeology, will be heading out at the end of August to a
The ministry issued a statement which said, "The Ministry of Economy continues to accompany the plant as he did in recent weeks and is ready to help the plant get a loan guaranteed by the state, subject to meeting the conditions of a business plan
The goats were held against their will and deprived of food and water for the duration of the journey, and were rescued in the nick of time. The Ministry imposed a fine and threat of imprisonment on the driver, who regretted having mistreated the
The five-year plan calls for significant investment in new housing, development of a high-tech sector, upgrading infrastructure, and strengthening local governments, Xinhua reported. Beersheba, the largest city in Negev, and smaller communities,
Eliana Aponte The cabinet on Sunday approved a half billion shekel, five-year civilian development plan for the Negev, which will complement the multi-billion shekel plan to move much of the country's military infrastructure from the center of the
Brian Blum of Israel21c explains that this is one reason why Silvan Shalom's Ministry is partnering with a Jewish education non-profit, World ORT, to run exciting, opportunity-rich science [...] Israel's Minister of Negev Development was once that
Interviewed by Arutz Sheva's Hebrew service, Rabbi Malka said, "All the time they ask me what's going on, whether to send their children to school, to go to work. I tell them to be calm. Just in case, our public notification system is connected, so
24, Yuval Azulai A comprehensive study by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor indicates that many haredim (ultra-orthodox Jews) are going to college to acquire a profession and enter the labor market. They are mainly studying law, education